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This course begins at the birth of Western Science with the Renaissance and the Copernican revolution and carries through to
MEASURABLE LEARNING OUTCOMES: As a result of active participation in this study-abroad course, student will
ASSESSMENT AND GRADING:
Venues, Museums, Cultural Institutions to be visited during the course: